Comfort Tech Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

What Actually Happens During Heating Installation?

Monday, November 13th, 2023

As the crisp autumn air sets in and winter’s icy chill looms just around the corner, the thought of a warm, cozy home becomes increasingly appealing. So, have you ever wondered about furnace services in Glenrosa, BC, or the process that goes into getting that reliable heating system up and running? Heating installation is more than just a mechanical task. It’s an intricate dance of technology, expertise and a dash of creativity. Let’s take a look at what actually happens during heating installation.

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This is What Furnace Maintenance is Supposed to Cover

Monday, October 16th, 2023

When the cold weather sets in, your furnace becomes your best friend. It provides warmth and comfort in your home all winter long. Furnaces require regular care and maintenance and heating repair in Kelowna, BC, to continue to operate reliably.

Maintenance is not only important for your comfort but also for your safety and the longevity of your heating system. Let’s look at what maintenance is supposed to cover, why it’s important and how it can benefit you in the long run.

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Common Reasons a Furnace Runs Into Trouble

Monday, October 2nd, 2023

The onset of cold winter air reminds us of the importance our furnaces play in maintaining a comfortable living environment. Your furnace works tirelessly to keep you warm and comfortable during the colder months.

As a result it can run into trouble from time to time and demand furnace repair in Kelowna, BC. Understanding the common reasons why furnaces experience problems can help you stay ahead of potential issues and make sure your home stays warm, especially through the chilling winter.

Here are some of the primary reasons that your system might be, or could in the future, experience issues!

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This One Furnace Repair Cannot Be a DIY Project

Monday, September 18th, 2023

In the age of do-it-yourself enthusiasts and online tutorials it’s tempting to tackle major household repairs on your own. While some tasks can be successfully completed by homeowners with the right tools and knowledge, there are certain jobs that should always be left to professionals. One such task is furnace repair in Kelowna, BC. Let’s discuss why furnace repair should never be a DIY project and why it’s important to rely on skilled technicians to make sure your home’s heating system is safe and efficient!

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5 Signs Your Heating System Needs Repairs

Monday, April 3rd, 2023

Early spring is an uncertain time for the weather. This isn’t a time of the year to just hope your heating system will work fine even as it sends you signals that it isn’t.

The sooner you move to have professional heating repair in Kelowna, BC to address the problem, the less likely you’ll end up with a bigger, more expensive trouble—and right when you need the heater the most!

What sort of signs do we recommend you watch for with your heater? There are many ways a heater can start to act “off,” but below are the five most common.

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Why Your Furnace Is Running In Short Spurts

Monday, March 20th, 2023

Your furnace turns on and you relax, hoping that your heating system is going to warm up your home quickly. However, right when you feel those first bursts of warm air enter the room, the system shuts off.

That’s not right. And it is made more concerning when the furnace heater turns on again right after this occurs. If you feel like this is hard on the heating system, then you’d be right

What you are likely noticing is short cycling and it is a prime reason to schedule furnace repair in Kelowna, BC.

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Why A Booming Furnace Requires Expert Attention

Monday, March 6th, 2023

What do you usually hear when you turn on your furnace? Do you hear a click, perhaps a hum, and then the whoosh of warm air flowing through the house? Or do you hear a click, then more clicking, a concerning boom, and then the whoosh of air?

If it is the second option, then we need to talk.

A booming noise from your furnace is not good and it is 100% a sign that you need a professional to provide you with a furnace repair in Rutland, BC. Here’s what you should know.

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Tips For Efficient Furnace Operation

Monday, February 6th, 2023

You should be able to enjoy the use of your furnace without stressing over the energy bill impact.

Yes, there will be an impact but it shouldn’t be so much that it forces you to reassess your budget for several months.

It pays to learn about some of the different ways you can run your furnace as efficiently as possible.

We’ve provided some of these helpful best practices that you can adopt to enjoy optimal efficiency and effectiveness from your system.

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4 Signs Your Ductless System Needs Repairs

Monday, January 9th, 2023

Your ductless heating system is working hard right now. It has a big task to take care of having to keep your home warm, especially with how cold it has been. With all of the heavy, consistent use, your heating system may start to hit some bumps in the road.

Wear and tear take their toll so it helps to be able to recognize if and when you need a ductless heating repair in Kelowna, BC. You can read on to learn about the warning signs to watch for and then schedule your ductless heating system repairs with our team.

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Heating System Repair or Replacement: How to Decide

Monday, December 26th, 2022

A heater failure is the last possible thing that you want to have happen in a Canadian winter. That’s why it is best to be prepared. Knowing how to identify the signs of trouble ahead of time can go a long way in avoiding days or weeks without any heat.

The bigger question you may find yourself asking is whether you need repairs or a replacement for your heater. We can help you find out. Read on to learn some of the differentiators that will help you determine whether you need repairs or a replacement for your furnace or ductless heater.

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